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Crossfiber Corrective Muscular Therapy: What You Should Know

Have you ever gone to bend your elbow, hip, knee or ankle but felt like something was stopping you from moving as well as you used to be able to?

You’re not alone.

Many clients come in for a Massage complaining of hip pain that never seems to go away; something seems thick or blocking their movements. Another common complaint is that of a tender elbow that hurts to touch, described that it feels like bubble wrap, or a knee that doesn’t just ache when the weather changes.

Thankfully, there is a specialised type of Therapy that can target these types of pains quickly and provide relief to help you get back to feeling your best.

What Is Crossfiber Corrective Muscular Therapy?

Crossfiber Corrective Muscular Therapy, or Deep Transverse Frictions, can help with these types of pains.

Crossfiber Corrective Muscle Therapy is a technique used to correct damaged muscles and tissues by eliciting the client’s own healing response to restore damaged muscles, body tissues and nerve function.

If you have had a previous (chronic) strain, sprain or soft tissue injury in a tendon or ligament, tendinitis or fasciitis, be sure to ask about being assessed to see if this type of Therapy would help you and your specific type of pain and/or injury.

What Are The Benefits?

The main benefit of this technique is that it will break up scar tissue, allow muscles to move or contact without restrictions, increase circulation and clear up the biomechanical stress on the affected area.

This Therapy is meant to keep your soft tissues moving optimally, and is great in working to prevent scar tissue from forming. The Massage is quite deep and may be described as a more “Therapeutic” type of Massage, as Therapeutic Massages are meant to emphasise working out the issues within the soft tissues.

How Does Crossfiber Corrective Muscular Therapy Work?

The Massage Therapist first warms up the area with relaxing strokes, which then allows the Therapist to identify the affected region.

The technique is performed by applying deep strokes over the skin that will separate the muscle fibres, and, in less than 1 minute, the area is treated. To finish the technique the Therapist will perform eccentric style stretching to help the body realign the new collagen fibres.

Before you go home, your Therapist will suggest home care methods that entail application of ice and stretches to continue healing before your next treatment.

Clients are advised that they may feel discomfort for a few days after the physio treatment.

Crossfiber Corrective Muscle Therapy delivers best results in a series of treatments. The number of treatments required in order to resolve the issue typically range from 3 to 4 sessions, but your Therapist will be able to recommend the proper treatment schedule and frequency for you.

To book an assessment to see if Crossfiber Corrective Muscle Therapy is right for you, call our Thorncliffe location at 587.355.2738 and ask to book an assessment with Bernadette.


Also read:

  1. How is Lower Back Pain Diagnosed?

  2. Do You Have Ongoing Knee Pain?
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